Art Politic-Border Crossing / DMZ (Demilitaried Zone) & JSA (Joint Security Area)
Open Air Symposium Research & Workshop Exhibition Performance Conference Presentation.
"DMZ & JSA” is the forth project from the Nine Dragon Heads' series of events that emphasize a new component in NDH’s current activity. It is working on the subjects of mutual influences and connections between a art event and the geography of its realization, a international art politic, and a large-scale art event with a fixed location and periodicity. Alongside the usual mode of NDH such as open-air symposiums, research-oriented workshops, exhibitions and conferences, these projects are held in the DMZ 155mile from West to East between North and South Korea Borderline and Suwon Museum of Art, Experimental Space UZ, Space NOON.
Die Welt in Biel / Robert Walser Sculpture
Robert Walser Sculpture by Thomas Hirschhorn
Schweizerische Plastikausstellungen Biel/Bienne, Switzerland
Die Welt in Biel / Le Monde à Bienne by Enrique Muñoz García
19.06.2019, 18.00 Uhr
BERNER ALMANACH FOTOGRAFIE
Buchhappening und Ausstellung
Terrain, Lorrainstrasse 27
ARTISTERIUM 12 / 2019
Annual International Contemporary Art Exhibition and Art Events
ON THE ROAD, KUTAISI
David Kakabadze Kutaisi Fine Art Gallery, 8 Rustaveli Street, Kutaisi 4600
18:00- International Group Exhibition Opening ‘Artisterium XII, On the Road, Kutaisi’
Lia Ukleba, Christine Robakidze, Roland Shalamberidze, Tea Sulaberidze, Mindia Charkseliani, Rocko Iremashvili, Luka Zautashvili, Manuchar Okrostsvaridze, Guram Tsibakhashvili, Lisa Glonti, Georgia; So Young, S.Korea; Ali Bramwell, New Zealand; Nezaket Ekici, Turkey; Shahar Marcus, Israel; Masaru Iwai, Japan; Lisa Biedlingmaier, Jens Rausch, Germany; Dominique Fury, Alex Perret, France; Enrique Muñoz García, Switzerland/Chile.
Women with Binoculars / Magnum Photos
Biel/Bienne Festival of Photography
The open-air exhibition Women with Binoculars presents a curation of images by seven Magnum photographers: Carolyn Drake, Diana Markosian, Peter Marlow, Martin Parr, Mark Power, Peter van Agtmael and Alex Webb. This series, newly assembled by curator Enrique Muñoz García, shows women who are using binoculars to look at something taking place outside the frame. The presence of binoculars in the images tends to render the photographed women anonymous, and lets them be both the subject of the image and the agent. While the act of pointing one’s binoculars at something and visually tracking one’s target evokes surveillance, visual control, or military espionage – that is, actions often associated with the male gender – this new collection of photographs invites us to rethink the social and political role of women in our system of representation.